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A girl drags a banner reading "yes" as people walk on leaflets reading "yes" thrown on the ground at the Kadikoy district, in Istanbul, after the start of the election banning, on April 15, 2017, on the eve of the constitutional referendum. (Photo by AFP)
A girl drags a banner reading "yes" as people walk on leaflets reading "yes" thrown on the ground at the Kadikoy district, in Istanbul, after the start of the election banning, on April 15, 2017, on the eve of the constitutional referendum. (Photo by AFP)
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Rahshan Saglam
Press TV, Istanbul

Supporters and opponents of Turkey’s constitutional reforms took to the streets of several cities on the eve of a decisive referendum. While the opposition is encouraging people to reject the government-proposed measures, latest polls show that the Yes campaign will most probably win the vote. From Istanbul, Press TV’s Rahshan Saglam reports.